All the times listed on our site are in Eastern Time (UTC−5:00) for U.S. and Canada. If you aren’t sure what time this is compared to your current time zone, we recommend using this site to compare: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html
On the day of a live session, go to the course homepage and click on the orange ‘Join Us Live’ button at the top. If this does not launch the Adobe Connect App, you may need to enable pop-ups in your browser. If you are using Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Firefox, follow the instructions linked to enable pop-ups. If you are wanting CE credits for the course, please avoid using a mobile device.
Be sure you are logged into your Community (Login) and access your course by going to the icon in the top right and selecting “My Learning Dashboard” and going to the course homepage. The orange "Join Us Live" button will be at the top within the course.
If you are wanting CE credits, please avoid using a mobile device so our system can accurately track your participation. For the best possible learning experience, we recommend you use a computer instead of a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. Adobe Connect Mobile app users report that video files and captioning do not perform properly and the interface is difficult to navigate.
Join the session using a desktop or laptop computer instead of a mobile device. Alternatively, you can view session captioning at https://www.streamtext.net/text.aspx?event=CFI-HF.
Yes. Learners are allowed 20 minute grace period in a 90 minute live session and 14 minute grace period in a 60 minute live session.
If you were disconnected at any time during the live session this could cause the system to not record your full attendance. If you actively participated in the chat, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance. Note that requirements tracking can take up to 24 hours to refresh.
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